Spring flowers, summer flowers, fall flowers and winter flowers.

Fall Flowers

Fall Flowers go along with leaves falling. Air chilling. Pumpkin carving. Sweater wearing. Fall is known for many things. But even if you are a die hard gardener, you might not immediately associate fall with flower planting. When the harsh heat of summer dissipates, you might be wondering if all […]

2021-09-20T14:03:38-04:00

Tiger Lily

One of the most striking flowers you can choose for your garden is the tiger lily. The outward curling petals, long stalks, and bright orange flowers with dark speckled spots surely stand out from the crowd.

They are extremely easy to grow, impervious to most pests, and work well with other […]

2021-08-23T16:22:09-04:00

Marigolds

Marigolds have been around for centuries, they can be very helpful in gardens at keeping pests away, while also adding a plethora of beautiful colors. With their love of full sun and their ability to help out other plants, planting marigolds is a great and sensible step to take for any […]

2021-07-21T16:03:02-04:00

Summer Flowers

Summer flowers are very rich and beautiful. They come in a wide range of colors including reds, blues, violets, oranges, yellows, pinks, purples and whites.

Types of Summer Flowers

The beginning of summer starts with perennials that began to grow late in spring. These perennials begin to flower at the first signs of […]

2021-09-20T14:04:48-04:00

Periwinkle Flower

The common periwinkle flower, also known as vinca or myrtle, is most often grown as a ground cover and works exceptionally well as an erosion control specimen.

It gets its name from the striking blueish-purple blooms that appear on the dark green foliage in mid spring.

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2020-12-02T22:39:25-05:00

Tulip

Tulips

The tulip is synonymous with spring, brightly colored tulip blooms accent gardens all around the world.

Tulips are an extremely popular perennial flower due to their ease in growing – with minimal care and upkeep; they grow beautifully in most […]

2021-01-14T14:19:28-05:00